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Climate change affects rivers in Europe


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Climate change affects rivers in Europe

Post by rocky on Fri Aug 11, 2017 3:24 am

Climate change affects rivers in Europe

Arabic and International   Friday, August 11 2017

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Climate change has changed river flood dates in Europe over the past 50 years, causing flooding in the northeast and delaying it in areas close to the Mediterranean Sea, a new scientific study confirmed.

"Climate change has affected flood schedules in Europe, but it has been done in different ways in several parts of Europe," Vienna University of Technology chief researcher Gunter Plowicchi told a news conference.

The team studied data from European rivers from more than 4,200 measurement stations from 1960 to 2010, and said the findings published in the journal Science are the first results linking global warming to floods on the continent.

It was the clearest evidence in north-eastern Europe, which stretches from western Russia, the Baltic states and the north, where snow is melting in the spring at an earlier time than previous years, and researchers said the peak of the spring floods often took place eight days earlier than in 1960.

By contrast, the floods are a few days behind schedule on most of the North Sea and parts of the Mediterranean Sea, such as the Adriatic coast because of late winter rains.

Floods affect more people around the world than any other natural hazard and the United Nations estimates that the damage caused by floods could reach 104 billion dollars a year.

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